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Amporn Suyat

April 13, 1950 ~ March 25, 2017 (age 66)
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Amporn “Pon” Suyat, age 66, of Navarre, Florida, passed away Saturday, March 25, 2016.
Pon was born in Thailand April 13, 1950. As a military wife, she raised her family in Utah, Philippines, England and Florida. She enjoyed the ability to travel all over Europe with her family and friends. Pon took pride working in food services, supporting military troops for over 25 years. 
She was a faithful patron of the Buddhist Thai Temple Wat Mongkolratanaram of Fort Walton Beach for more than 20 years, raising money every Sunday for charity. Pon enjoyed teaching and performing traditional Thai Dancing at various events in Florida, Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi. 
Pon loved spending quality time with her family and friends. She enjoyed making homemade-from-scratch Thai food, shopping (lots and lots and lots of shopping - she has the closets to prove it) , going to the beach or exploring Florida, Alabama and Georgia with her friends.  
Growing, eating and sharing delicious vegetables, herbs, and fruits from her garden brought her joy. She also had a passion for flowers. Any chance she got, Pon would take a picture of flowers. She loved them all. One of her favorite memories was spending time with her daughter, son and daughter-in-law at Leu Gardens. 
She is survived by her daughter, MariAnne Suyat of Orlando, Florida, son, Ryan (Praew) Suyat of Orlando, Florida, Reynaldo Suyat of Stafford, Virginia, The Suyat Family in Virginia, New York and Philippines, sister Sakorn Helmick, niece and nephew Sheri and Sean Helmick of Las Vegas, Nevada, sister Sompong (Payan) Danuwong, nephew and nieces Chumpon, Nipaporn, and Sirinapa  Danuwong of Ubonratchatani, Thailand, sister Prasong Thongsang and nephew Phanat Phetted of Bangkok, Thailand, and sister NaLak and family in Thailand.
In lieu of flowers, monetary gifts will go towards a tribute on behalf of Amporn Suyat at Harry P. Leu Gardens and Buddhist Thai Temple Wat Mongkolratanaram of Fort Walton Beach. 
Pon’s ashes will be laid to rest in her home town at the Buddhist Thai Temple in Amnatchoren,Thailand next to her beloved father, mother, and two brothers. 

 Service Information

Gathering of Family and Friends
April 7, 2017

11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Collison Family Funeral Home & Crematory
3806 Howell Branch Rd
Winter Park, FL 32792

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